Festival Of Trees In Chester

Dated: 12/09/2015

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Help support the seniors in the Chester community!  Make sure you plan a visit to the Festival of Tree's in Chester, now on-going from December 5 - 12, 2015.  Swing in today, Wednesday December 9 from 10am - 6pm.  Thursday and Friday from 10am - 8pm.  Saturday 10am - 5pm and Sunday Noon - 5pm. Be sure to stop by and enjoy this community wide celebration featuring decorated trees in a rustic winder wonderland setting which is great for family photos!

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Visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus tonight Wednesday from 3pm - 5pm and Friday 4pm - 6pm and also Saturday 11am - 3pm!  There will be a sing-a-long and story time on Friday December 11 from 6pm - 8pm.  All proceeds benefit the senior resource center. 

As you travel through Chester Twp and Chester Boro this weekend, you'll also want to drive by this {mls: 3254504} lovely home at 4 Bird Song Court which is currently offered for sale.

Call Glenn at 973-224-2700 to set up a private showing as you make your holiday event rounds!

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